Carol coordinates evaluation and assessment procedures for the School. She received a PhD in Psychology from the University of Southern California (USC) and a BA in Psychology from Oklahoma State University. Prior to joining CSPH, Carol conducted program evaluations for The Graduate School at USC.
Michelle received her Master of Public Health degree from the Colorado School of Public Health with a focus on Community and Behavioral Health. As a Research Assistant at the Center, Michelle enjoys managing the Health Links program and assisting with the many projects that are run through the Center. Michelle is passionate about connecting with people throughout the community and learning how to help empower them to make choices to live safer and healthier lives.
Sara has been with University of Colorado Denver since 1999 and has done all aspects of budget management for Dr. Newman since the MAP ERC began in 2007. She has experience with accounting, budget management, grants, contracts, subcontracts/pilot projects, and general office administration.
Research and Administrative Assistant
Lucia is a current MPH candidate at the Colorado school of Public Health in the department of Environmental and Occupational Health. She provides administrative and research support for several of the Center's programs and activities. Her current interests include worksite wellness, environmental exposures and health effects, and obesity and diabetes prevention.
Rhianon is a current MPH candidate at the Colorado School of Public Health in the department of Environmental and Occupation Health. She manages all communication activities and website for the Center. Her current interests include worksite
wellness and healthy eating and active living.
Natalie Schwatka, PhD.
Natalie received her Ph.D. in Environmental Health from Colorado State University, and her B.A. in Psychology from University of Portland. Natalie’s research interests include leadership, safety climate/culture, workplace wellness programs, and the development and evaluation of leading indicators of workplace health and safety. Natalie is passionate about working with community partners on applied research projects that ultimately result in improved academic and practical knowledge.
Kenneth Scott, MPH
Ken grew up in Denver and went to graduate school in Seattle, Washington. He helps support several of the ERC Research to Practice projects. In particular, he's working on a project related to the aging workforce.
Jennifer Seifert, MPH
Senior Professional Research Associate
Jennifer received her Masters of Public Health Degree from the Colorado School of Public Health. She is a Colorado native and enjoys spending time with her husband andthree daughters. Her research interests include chronic disease, genetic and nutrition epidemiology, occupational health and safety, and workplace wellness programs. She is passionate about protecting and advancing worker safety and health.
Finance Assistant and Administrative Assistant
Brenda is a Colorado native and graduated from CU Boulder. She assists the Finance
Administrator and provides administrative support to the Center, coordinating
Center events and schedules.
Health Links Outreach and Communication Coordinator
Barbara Vance has a diverse background in public health from training and research to education and community practice. Her passion for health promotion and health protection is a driving force for bringing wellness to workplaces throughout the state. As the outreach and communications coordinator for Health Links, Barbara focuses on collaborating with community and business partners to design, implement, and evaluate sustainable and effective workplace wellness programs.
Roxana Witter, MD, MSPH
Director OEM Residency Program & Associate Professor
Dr. Witter is an Assistant Research Professor in the Department of Occupational and Environmental Health at the Colorado School of Public Health. She is the Program Director for the Occupational Medicine Residency Program and mentors several occupational medicine residents each year. She is co-Director of the MAP ERC Occupational Health Interdisciplinary Symposium and has previously been Director of the Occupational Toxicology MPH course.